1. Cleveland Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr.
His ability to stretch the field was missed during the 2020 divisional round matchup, but now, the Browns have their most explosive weapon.
The question not turns to whether or not he and Baker Mayfield can share the chemistry needed to elevate the offense to the next level.
NBC’s Chris Collinsworth talked about how he wasn’t buying an on-field disconnect between OBJ and Mayfield during the final preseason game, but I don’t know how you could explain it any other way.
It’s so simple: Without OBJ other, Mayfield was better, doing what he does best, which is distributing the ball to multiple receivers.
Beckham doesn’t need 10 catches to be a difference maker, he just needs to let Mayfield get him involved in the flow of the game. It’s entirely possible and could be the different between winning and losing.